untruthful

[uhn-trooth-fuhl]
adjective
not truthful; wanting in veracity; diverging from or contrary to the truth; not corresponding with fact or reality.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see un-1, truthful

untruthfully, adverb
untruthfulness, noun
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untruthful (ʌnˈtruːθfʊl)
 
adj
1.  (of a person) given to lying
2.  diverging from the truth; untrue
 
un'truthfully
 
adv
 
un'truthfulness
 
n

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The court noted that prosecutors made no attempt to correct the untruthful
  testimony of government witnesses.
It talks about if you're untruthful in small things, you should be disbelieved
  in big things.
As an attorney, you full well knew that omissions in testimony are in fact
  untruthful.
Unfair, untruthful or purposely deceptive advertising can result in costly
  penalties.
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